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Senior Research Assistant Lizzi Bos was recently awarded £800 to run an event as part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science week in November, with a team from CBiS. The event aims to showcase community food growing in Lambeth, London and draws upon Lizzi's doctoral research.
As well as sharing the research findings the event aims to celebrate successful examples of community food growing initiatives and collaboration between the community, Lambeth Council, and Myatt’s Fields Park (third sector organisation).
“I’m really excited about this event as it’s a great opportunity to promote the benefits of communal food growing in local spaces, and to hear about people’s real life and meaningful experiences. I hope that it promotes lessons learned from my research findings to ensure the sustainability of these key spaces for the community” - Lizzi
Lizzi recently revisited Lambeth to reconnect with participants from her doctoral study who were now more enthused than ever about community food growing, some of whom feature in the film.
Against a backdrop of declining public trust in government and a climate of intense international terrorist threat, governments around the world are appealing to citizens to trade privacy for enhanced security. This talk will examine the relationship between the institutional trustworthiness of security agencies and the public’s acceptance of the way they use digital surveillance technologies.
Join us as the Centre for Business in Society hosts two presentations from doctoral researcher Alessandro Di Bona and Dr Andrew Perchard. Alessandro will explore role and function of trade associations in the aerospace industry and Andrew will talk about corporate political activity in wartime America.
Professor Tracy Taylor, Deputy Dean at the University of Technology (Sydney) Business School will be delivering a seminar for staff and PhD students looking at business and management research in a global context from the perspective of a top ranked Australian business school.
Professor Tracy Taylor, Deputy Dean at the University of Technology (Sydney) Business School and Editor inChief of European Sports Management Quarterly (the only sports journal ranked at 3* and above in the ABSrankings) will be delivering a seminar for staff and PhD students about the Do’s, Don’ts and Hot Topics when trying to get published in ESMQ.
This paper seeks to understandwhere innovation happens in the UK life sciences, why it happens in those places, and what this means forregional development policies and strategies.
Start time: 14:00
End time: 15:00
Edmundsbury Community Hall, Ferndale Road, Brixton, SW9 8AY